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Traditional South of France 1920's Villa with an Art Deco, Belle Epoque feel on the Corniche in Sete, with sea view. Sleeps 8 in 4 bedrooms (3 have air-con), with very private garden and pool, minutes' walk from the beach and local amenities and just 2km from Sete centre. Ideal for a family holiday.
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Lovely villa in Sete, South of France with sea view and close to the beach - sleeps 8.
Ideally situated at the base of Mont Saint Clair in Sete, this holiday villa is in an elevated position with sea views. Only 700 mts from the beach, shops and restaurants and 2km from the centre of Sete, this stylish 1920's elegant villa on the Corniche offers the best of everything the South of France has to offer.
The villa is of typical Art Deco square design and construction and beautifully evokes the Belle Epoque period. The very private gated garden with pool is an oasis, but if you choose you can enjoy the more lively atmosphere of the port of Sete and the beach, both of which are walking distance.
With 4 bedrooms (3 of which have air-con) and 2 bathrooms it is well suited for that family holiday in the South of France and a good base to explore all that the Languedoc region has to offer.
Sete Music festival 3 to 11 July 2020, families only.
Sytlish 4 bedroom Holiday Villa in the South of France
The building from the outside has a modern look and inside the villa reflects contemporary themes, all of which combine to give you all that you need for a South of France holiday.
From the front door and entrance way an Art Deco style half glass pannelled door, with pretty coloured panes, leads into the spacious living room.
The 60m2 living space is light and airy with high ceilings - the furnishings are very Bauhaus - a leather 3 seater sofa and 2 armchairs in an antique tan colour which set against the white walls bring a splash of warmth. One wall has library shelves stacked with books and also houses the TV, CD and DVD. A low occasional table, oriental rug and attractive lighting complete the picutre.
At the other end of this room is an Art Deco style dining table with 12 chairs and a pretty chandelier above.
From the living room the stone staircase (20 steps) rises to the first floor and has a graceful curlicue wrought iron bannister.
French doors lead from the living space to the fabulous 30m2 orangery style covered verandah overlooking the pool, made more glamorous with classic Art Deco geometric patterned window detail, which are themed throughout the house.
To one side of the charming orangery is a tasteful wrought iron "salon set" - a 2 seater sofa and 2 armchairs with cushions, a drinks table and plants, perfect for that evening apero.
The other side has a wrought iron mosaic topped dining table with 8 chairs for a more formal dinner in the shade if required. From here you can access the garden via a balcony with pretty stone balustrading and down 4 steps.
Off the living area is the small well equipped kitchen with electric oven, a 3 ring induction hob and a dining table for 4. At the back of the kitchen is a pantry with a double sink, 2 washing machines, microwave and small fridge.
There are 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms as follows:
On the Ground Floor there is one bedroom and one bathroom:
Bedroom 1 - double bed (140cm)
Off the living room is a bathroom with bath and Italian shower, two wash hand basins and wc
At the top of the stairs the hallway leads to 3 bedrooms:
Bedroom 2 - twin room (2 x 90cm) - air conditioned and doors to the terrace with sea views
Bedroom 3 - double bed (140cm) - air conditioned and doors to the terrace with sea views
The terrace has a "salon set" - a two seater sofa and two armchairs and a couple of sunloungers
Bedroom 4 - double bed (140cm) - air conditioned and doors out to a second separate terrace with sea views and the long stretch of 12km beach that runs from Sete to Marseillan.
These 3 rooms share a bathroom which has an Italian shower and two wash hand basins.
Independent wc off the hallway.
NB: The house has a cat, however the Owner ensures it is not there when the house is let.
Washing machine (2)
Freezer (in the pantry)
Induction Hob (3 rings)
Microwave (in the pantry)
TV Satellite-French Channels
DVD , CD
BBQ - Weber
Car Parking - 1 garage and 2 parking places
The 1000m2 stone walled garden is charming - like your own secret space, a South of France idyll - full of trees, including lush palms, mature Mediterranean planting, some lawn and paved pathways that lead to the pool and sitting out areas - perfect for that alfresco breakfast during your holiday in the South of France.
The pool is apprx 9m x 4.5m with an alarm and Roman steps for easy access. There is a paved terrace all around with sun loungers and plenty of natural shade from surrounding trees should the South of France sun be too much at the height of the day - an ideal spot for that holiday siesta.
There is a Weber BBQ for the Chef in your party to cook supper!
Sete rises up from the sea resembling an 'island' which it once was - it used to be a small fishing village on the island of Mont Saint Clair, but became the definitive Languedoc fishing port for France on the Mediterranean.
This picturesque town is known as the Venice of Languedoc because it has the canal running through it and lots of bridges crossing it. The local sporting traditions such as water jousting in August attract Languedociens and tourists alike. Sete's charm, apart from the canals, boats, beaches etc lie in a big selection of restaurants offering the catch of the day.
In fact, the town and Regional authorities have spent a vast fortune on improving the coastal roads and beaches which now join the town. The house is so well-positioned because it lies literally within 10 or 15 minutes walk from a number of attractions.
A few minutes walk via a small local road brings one down to the sea-side 'promenade' La Corniche, with a cycle path, leading to the beaches and a number of excellent beach restaurants.
Apprx 10 minute's walk from the house is the Theatre de la Mer which is a fabulous open air venue overlooking the Mediterranean. The Jazz Festival in July is a great event plus there are other music and drama programmes in the Summer.
A number of small local shops and supermarkets are also within walking distance. One can get by without a car, relying on a good train service to Montpellier, Agde, Beziers, and Narbonne.
There are a couple of town beaches close by, plus the vast stretch of apprx 12km of uninterrupted sandy beach stretches from Sete to Cap d' Agde.
From Sete one can take sailing trips, glass bottom boat excursions do water sports, micro-light flights, tennis, golf, horse riding.
There are a few museums (Contemporary Regional Art Centre and Musee Paul Valery) and a Casino for gaming enthusiasts.
Sete centre - apprx 2km
Beach 10 min walk apprx.
Nimes (airport) apprx 84 kms
Carcassonne and Spanish border apprx 1 hr 30
Golf, horse-riding, tennis, shooting ranges and water sports at Sete.
Water park at Cap d' Agde appx 25km.
Four 18-hole golf courses near Montpellier appx 36km
Cap d'Agde appx 25km 'Aqualand' (huge water-slides, etc.)
27-hole golf course, boat hire, offshore shark fishing, aquarium. Wide choice of restaurants.
Agde 20km apprx. Old historic town and fishing port, founded by the Ancient Greeks. Nice market, excellent seafood restaurants.
Beziers 55km apprx. Major market town, noted for its bull-fight 'Feria' in August.
Pezenas 38km appx. Attractive medieval town.
Narbonne 81km. Famous cathedral.
Montpellier 36km apprx. Large university town. Great tram system - park and ride.
Carcassonne 12 km apprx Fortified medieval town - UNESCo site.
Nimes 84km appx. Roman temple and arena.
Perpignan 129km apprx. Palace of Kings of Mallorca.
For more information about this region in the South of France, please refer to our Languedoc Regional Guide
For information on reaching Languedoc, please refer to our South France Travel Information Guide
South of France International airports are at:
Beziers - Ryanair from Bristol, Edinburgh, Manchester and London Luton.
Carcassonne - (Ryanair to Stansted, East Midlands, Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester, Cork and Dublin).
Montpellier (international flights worldwide). Flights to Gatwick via Easy jet and to Brirmingham on Ryanair.
Perpignan (Ryanair to Stansted an Birmingham).
Nimes (Ryanair to Luton and Liverpool).
Girona - Ryanair to various UK destinations
Toulouse and Barcelona (Spain) also have international and transatlantic flights.
Sete, Beziers and Agde have railway stations with nearby car rental.
Paris to Sete (TGV as far as Montpellier 4,30hrs)
Approximately 700 mts walking you will find:
Les Halles covered market in the centre is a must for fresh fish and vegetables.
There are also a few small local shops appx 700mts walk from the house.
Golf - apprx 30 minutes drive at Capd'Agde and Beziers
Municipal Tennis courts close by
Water sports at the beach - apprx 1km
Sete town beaches - apprx 700 mts - Plage de la Corniche and Plage Lazaret, plus the 12km stretch of golden sand from Sete to Marseillan apprx 1km.
Aqualand - water park in Cap d'Agde appx 25 mins away.
|From||Until||Rate Type||Weekly Rate||Minimum Stay|
|26th Sep 2020||29th May 2021||Not Available||-||7 nights|
|29th May 2021||19th Jun 2021||Low||€2,188||7 nights|
|19th Jun 2021||26th Jun 2021||Middle||€2,541||7 nights|
|26th Jun 2021||10th Jul 2021||High||€2,941||7 nights|
|10th Jul 2021||28th Aug 2021||Peak||€3,294||7 nights|
|28th Aug 2021||25th Sep 2021||Low||€2,188||7 nights|
|25th Sep 2021||31st Dec 2021||Not Available||-||7 nights|